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This is a well-priced really pleasant cafe/bar where we had dinner one night. It is in the Voyages/Sails hotel area and is accessible for all visitors to Yulara.
We were very pleasantly surprised that we could get a meal for under $20. This is a well kept secret I think as we found no reviews on the Tali Bar meals prior to our trip.
In the afternoon we had a beer at the Tali Bar. At about $6 for a schooner this is equivalent to all bars in the Yulara complex.
The menu is small but the meals were fine and in fact were cheaper than having a bbq at the Pioneer BBQ. The main course menu had choices of grilled salmon, steak, hamburger, 2 pasta dishes and others I can't recall. I had spagehetti bolognose and my partner had a hamburger. We bought a Saltram wine for about $40 (which is pricey) but that is also the same price for that wine all through Yulara. We actually took a couple of bottles of wine in our bag to Yulara too.
The staff were very attentive as they are in the upper end of Yulara venues. It seems they put their most experienced staff at the more expensive accommodation outlets and train new staff at the cheaper outlets. (Staff turnover is quite substantial apparently, but they seem to train them all very well).
Good value this one and nice outlook.
Written Jul 1, 2011
Address: In Voyages Sails in the Desert Hotel complex
After an amazing day in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, we headed back to our campsite in the Ayers Rock Campground. It was time for another "survivor" meal. Rosie and Deb made a rissoto with spicy sausage and vegetables. Dessert was apple pie with custard. It was yet another delicious meal on the 2010 VT Survivor Camp.
Updated Apr 14, 2011
Within the Ayers Rock Resort complex, this restaurant is located at the Outback Pioneer. It offers a buffer selection of traditional Australian 'tucker' which includes some delicious breads, meats, pastries and desserts.
Open daily for breakfast and dinner.
Favorite Dish: Because of the buffet arrangements, it is possible to try some of the Australian meats which you may otherwise not wish to order a full portion. I really enjoyed the salad selection.
Updated Aug 1, 2010
Address: Ayers Rock Resort, Yulara Drive, Uluru, NT 872
This dining experience is a tour from the Ayers Rock Resort. A wonderful selection of canapés is offered on your arrival to enjoy whilst you wait for the sun to set over Uluru (Ayers Rock). During this time, you are entertained by a lone didgeridu player who will also tell you of the history of the didgeridu.
After sunset, you will enjoy a wonderful selection of BBQ meats, salads and warm vegetable dishes, followed by Australian desserts, all of which are accompanied by Australian wines.
At the end of your meal, there is an opportunity to understand more about the stars which form your canopy above your head. Heaters ensure that the chill night air is slightly warmed but it is well worth taking a light jacket with you.
In total, a great experience!
Favorite Dish: The whole experience is worthwhile. I enjoyed everything I tried - and it is a great opportunity to try a selection of different meats and dishes.
Written Aug 1, 2010
Red Rock Deli is located in the small shopping complex in the heart of the Yulara resort.
It offers a great selection of salads, wraps and sacks to eat in or take away. There is an indoor seating area which is air-conditioned and an outdoor seating area.
Favorite Dish: I had a great salad - lovely and fresh ingredients, not over dressed!
Written Aug 1, 2010
This is one of the value options for dining within the Yulara complex of hotels and resorts.
Orders are placed at the counter and then seating is within an outdoor area which is covered to provide protection from the sun.
Check the blackboard for the days menu and any specials.
Favorite Dish: I had a very adequate wrap.
Written Aug 1, 2010
If you haven't figured it out yet, the food at the Ayres Rock Resort restaurants is a bit expensive. I stayed at the campground this weekend and discovered a good and inexpensive place to grab breakfast. At the Mobil Fuel Station!
The have a little convinence store that has a little grill behind the counter. In the mornings they cook up home-made egg/bacon/cheese/english muffin breakfast sandwiches and hash browns. They are very similar to the McDonald's breakast Egg McMuffin, much much better tasting.
In the mornings I would walk over to the Mobil (which is next door to the campground) and get a fresh hot breakfast sandwich, hashbrown, and a 600ml Ice Coffee for about $7 AUD.
Favorite Dish: Just the breakfast sandwich.
Written Apr 21, 2006
Address: At the Ayres Rock Resort
Phone: 08-8956 2229
Not every meal has time to be gourmet and a long experience... sometimes just a quick bite of takeaway hits the spot, which was exactly what we got here in Ayers Rock Takeaway. I decided on the hamburger, and was not disappointed. Sarah went with the chicken sandwich, which turned out to be fried rather than grilled, and it did not taste all that much like chicken. With a choice again, she would have gone away from the chicken next time. The chips were ok, and you even got a free soda if you filled out a comment card!
Written Apr 2, 2006
One of the most important things to do while you are on a tour of Uluru is to eat traditional bush tucker. After you have thrown up from eating such wonderful things as tree back and witchity grubs, go ahead and find something edible at the fine restaurant, Gecko's.
Pretty stock standard fare for a resort restaurant, Gecko's staff is friendly and serve up a menu of horrible spaghetti dishes, decent chicken and beef, and pretty darn good pizza.
I would definitely recommend going with the pizza, although the salad disappointed a little as well, so just stick to the pizza. Sarah and I shared a large and did not need to eat later!
Open from 10:30am to 10pm.
Written Apr 2, 2006
Well, the place is packed with tourists for dinner. The Paella I ordered was alright, delicious and juicy...though I could taste the frozen-ness of the seafood. Then again, I expected that! Service was a little wanting though, as the place is a little under-staffed and I was seating al fresco on the far end, and was practically ignored after my meal was served (which took almost 45 minutes to serve, BTW). Unable to get the attention of the waiters and waitresses who were buzzing around inside the centre of the restaurant, I gave up on ideas of dessert and walked right up to the cashier to pay up, not wanting to spoil my evening any further.
Written Apr 2, 2005
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